Gerald Jordan


The Black Alumni Reunions have been greatly successful in achieving their original objectives of bringing black alumni back to campus, increasing the number of black alumni as members of the alumni association and in providing scholarship funds to black students from black alumni. Prior to the first black alumni reunion [...]

Honoring the Past


The Lemke Journalism Alumni Society was named the 2012 recipient of the Mace Award in recognition of its 2012 Lemke Journalism Alumni Society Hall of Honor.

Lemke Journalism Alumni Society Presented with Mace Award


A member of the Arkansas Alumni Association’s National Alumni Board of Directors, Ben Beaumont, has worked hard to become so accomplished in less than a decade.

Meet Our Board: Ben Beaumont




The Lemke Alumni Journalism Society invites you to attend the Hall of Honor celebration to honor Gerald Jordan and Andy Lucas on Thursday, October 25, 2012 at the Janelle Y. Hembree Alumni House, 491 N. Razorback Road, Fayetteville, AR at the corner of the Maple and Razorback Road intersection.

Lemke Journalism Alumni Society Hall of Honor 2012


Gerald Jordan, associate professor in the Walter J. Lemke department of journalism, spent the summer as a visiting professor coaching student journalists and editing stories for News21.

Jordan Spends Summer Teaching Investigative Journalism at the Walter Cronkite ...



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Madison Square Garden, one of New York City’s most highly-recognizable arenas, plays host to numerous sporting and entertainment events year-round.

U of A Prepared Matt Goodman for Position at Madison ...


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The University of Arkansas holds many memories for Jonathon Modica. As an institution with a "great athletic reputation and culture," he recalls the times he spent on the basketball court in Bud Walton Arena playing for the Arkansas Razorbacks and his involvement in Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. as two of his most memorable experiences as an undergraduate student. However, when considering what impacted him the most while attending the University, he attributes the opportunity to build relationships among faculty members and alumni as one of the most beneficial aspects of his academic career.

Professors Continue to Serve as Mentors For Jonathon Modica


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The 2009/2010 Arkansas Alumni Association Board of Directors has officially gone Whole Hog. They have 100 percent membership in the Arkansas Alumni Association. Your group, whether it’s your book club, business, department or tailgate group, just to name a few ideas, can do the same.

Arkansas Alumni Association Board of Directors Goes Whole Hog



Amidst the freezing temperatures and blowing snow, University of Arkansas alumni and friends braved the weather to gather with friends and family as we ventured onward through Kansas City & Memphis.

Pride of Arkansas Tour Treks through Winter Wonderlands


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This year the 2009 Volunteer Summit: Racing to Win started well before the pace car took to the track. With an early start, exciting and thunder-packed meetings and opportunities for volunteers representing Young Alumni Board, chapters, societies, Student Alumni Board and the national board of directors from all around the United States, it was truly a sight to see.

Boogity Boogity Boogity Lets Go Racin!


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Linda Y. Bedford Jackson was named president of the University of Arkansas Black Alumni Society during a recent reunion gathering in Fayetteville. Jackson, who earned her Bachelor of Arts in journalism in 1980 from the university, will serve a two-year term. She currently serves as director of communications and marketing at Huston-Tillotson University, which is a historically black institution located in Austin, Texas.

University of Arkansas Black Alumni Society Elects New Officers